Spindle-back fireside chair with painted finish and rush seat. Seat, 11.35"H.
Iris Apfel has always lived life to the fullest, and at an age when most people would be long retired, she's a nonstop style icon whose unique fashion sense has been celebrated in a show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. She and her husband Carl opened Old World Weavers in 1950 and ran it until 1992. Between design projects, Iris has traveled the world, tirelessly collecting. She's opened her warehouse for the first time for One Kings Lane.
A stately pair of antique hand-carved wooden throne
chairs with carved acanthus leaves and decorative scrolls. The seat boards have separated from age but remain sturdy. The fitted cushions have light wear. The paw feet, egg and dart edges, and ...
Finely carved wood side chair, painted gray and
with seat wrapped in African fabric. Billy Cotton is a designer who cannot sit still. After leaving his home state of Vermont, he worked at the Paris flea market and art galleries, ...
Set of six Louis XV-style chairs with carved
wood frames featuring giltwood accents, and black Naugahyde upholstery finished with double piping. Includes two armchairs and four side chairs. Unmarked. Armchairs, 24"L 23.5"W x 42"H; seats, 19"; arms, 27.5"H. One side ...